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Dec 1, 2012 1:30am PST
trat tee jikly, and plan our resource use and the evolving use of those resources, that it might be a big push for trauma care early on bringing in military assets to provide really strong triage, very clearly defined triage, of who needs what resources immediately and then using whatever we have at each of the hospitals and having that all staged so it's hopefully seamless for the patients that are coming to us needing care. >> doctor. >> i'm going to go back to my earlier theme if we were isolated because the brinks were down, it's great to know that the military has so many assets that can come and help us. one of the things not everybody knows is we only have one heilpad and that's in the va luckily our new mission bay hospital has another one. we have identified sites but it's something to think through. when we are going through our planning and evacuation planning, especially, thinking of all the different sites where patients can be evacuated will be an important planning consideration. but i would like to echo lan's thoughts that this was all exciting to think about a
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